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TolishAPurd

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Theres a windy going around here telling customers he uses 'self drying water'.

 

Does anyone know where I can buy this stuff from? I've just been using Evaporation all this time. I think I'm missing a trick. :rolleyes::laugh::laugh::laugh:

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:laugh:

That reminds me about customers who don’t need there windows cleaned because of the ‘self cleaning glass’.

 

I sometimes asked them if they got the self cleaning window frames with the glass! :whistle:

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Theres a windy going around here telling customers he uses 'self drying water'.

 

Does anyone know where I can buy this stuff from? I've just been using Evaporation all this time. I think I'm missing a trick. :rolleyes::laugh::laugh::laugh:

same place ya can buy those sky hook thingys :thumbsup:

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I was cleaning the windows chuckling to myself the whole time after she told me this. The only problem I found with this self drying water though was that it was great for growing a thick layer of green algae on the sills. :rolleyes:

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Probably because it's already growing in the water as that special water is not so special after all :D

 

The only problem I found with this self drying water though was that it was great for growing a thick layer of green algae on the sills. :rolleyes:
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Theres a windy going around here telling customers he uses 'self drying water'.

 

Does anyone know where I can buy this stuff from? I've just been using Evaporation all this time. I think I'm missing a trick. :rolleyes::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Are you telling us you've never heard of it Tolish...it's in all well named stores...usually on the shelfe next to the buckets of steam and sky hooks....:eek:

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I was cleaning the windows chuckling to myself the whole time after she told me this. The only problem I found with this self drying water though was that it was great for growing a thick layer of green algae on the sills. :rolleyes:

I am going to use the self drying water on the self cleaning glass next tuesday:D

Oh it's no good for you cnc...once you've opened the tin you've got to be quick...cos it drys that fast...lol

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a glass hammer, a left handed screw driver, come on there must be more....

 

alright....I said to the daughter what are you standing there for?

 

she said...in the instructions it says microwave for five minutes and stand for one...

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I had one windy going around telling customers he had " specialised " water which left a protective film on the windows which repelled dirt and left the pvc frames clean and protected too o_O

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I had one windy going around telling customers he had " specialised " water which left a protective film on the windows which repelled dirt and left the pvc frames clean and protected too o_O

I've heard that on this forum a few times mate, makes me cringe.

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